This tool cannot be downloaded and it can run only within the browser.
The tool is a Java applet that runs using the current version of Java. It cannot remove the Java version that is currently in use.
If you would like to completely remove Java from your computer, please see
How do I uninstall Java on Windows?
How do I uninstall Java 7 on Mac?
How do I uninstall Java on Linux?
No. If you have uninstalled a version that you find is needed on your system, it will need to be reinstalled. Refer to the Java Archive for older versions.
As removing Java from your computer requires administrative permissions, Windows might trigger a warning requesting permission to run as an administrator for each one of the Java versions that are to be removed. » More info (microsoft.com)
No. The tool does not remove installations of the Java Development Kit (JDK).
JRE bundles are distributed separately for 32- and 64-bit, and the applet offers upgrading of the running JRE version.
If you find an error or need to remove a version below 1.4.2, you can manually uninstall Java.
To report an issue about the Java Uninstall tool, please let us know using the Issue Reporting page.
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